After an easy ( but uphill hike) meadow entry, you enter woods, and explore a unique winter cave formation. A small stream enters a gorge, and forms an icicle walled sheet of ice to create a cave.
There are a few ways to find this site. I think this is the easiest. Start heading north of Norton NB.
Start from Norton, take 124 west toward Belleisle. Turn Left at Sherwood's Funeral Home, before the Midland Baptist Church. Keep going until you cross Hwy 855 and then the Guthrie road. Park about 400 m on the right hand side of the road after crossing the Guthrie road. The trail runs along a fence. It is a groomed trail
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Posted By: midlander
- Sun Apr 07 11:34:53 EDT 2013
QuestionJust a note to let hikers know that the snowmobile trail to the ice caves from Valley View is closed for the season. Please respect the landowners "no trespassing" and "private property" signs. ThanksANSWERS are in this forum: midland ice caves
Posted By: benkel
- Mon Mar 04 14:04:07 EST 2013
QuestionHow long do you think it would take to get to the caves and back at a moderate to slow pace? ANSWERS are in this forum: time
Posted By: missyo
- Thu Jan 14 18:17:49 EST 2010
Questionhi there i am looking for these directions for the midland caves.. the ones that are on there i have dont but dont see a groomed trail can someone help me as i am suppose to go there this weekend thanksANSWERS are in this forum: directions